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That the generation to come might know . . . (Psalm 78:6).

God’s Word tells us of the importance of children in the eyes of God. In Russia and her neighboring countries, generations are growing up with little or no knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, and reaching them with the Gospel is critical.

Russian children and their families face monumental challenges. Economic conditions have been unstable since the Soviet collapse, and even two decades after the end of atheistic communism, millions are left with an enormous spiritual vacuum. Parents want better lives for their children, and they are deeply grateful when caring local church workers show genuine love to their little ones. Because of this, evangelical churches have tremendous opportunities for evangelistic outreach and discipleship ministries dedicated to children. Best of all, as the children are shown Christ’s love through the local church and believe the Gospel, the children often become the evangelists to reach their whole families.

Children are the church of tomorrow, and whether it’s through SGA-sponsored summer camps, orphan ministry or Sunday schools, the God-given opportunities to reach them are truly vast.

Encouraging the Church in Ukraine

SGA president Michael Johnson had a wonderful meeting where he heard from some of the 107 missionary pastors across Ukraine. They talked about a variety of ministries including church planting, Chernobyl ministries, and initiatives to minister to children with physical challenges, just to name a few.

Growing In Christ Through Summer Camp Ministry

The 2017 SGA Summer Camp season has come to a close, but we're still receiving wonderful stories of young lives that have been impacted, with your support, by the Good News of Jesus Christ. Here, we have two young people with two different backgrounds, both getting to know the same Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

First Fruits of Summer Camp

Our church prayed in advance of this camp season, and God helped us through you, dear brothers and sisters. This year, 93 percent of the children at the camp were from unbelieving homes, and mainly from large, needy families. We had 148 children in total, and of that number, 46 children prayed to repent and trust in Christ as their Savior!

A Devastating Fire Couldn’t Stop Children’s Ministry!

I am Pastor Alexander in Belarus. During June, we hold a tent camp. This year—as in every year—we were getting ready and praying about it. Then the unexpected happened. The sauna, barn, and garage burned down late in the evening. Maryna asked me if we would still have the camp and I responded in the negative. Nevertheless, the Lord had other plans in mind.

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